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New Mini Cooper S spied undisguised, plus bonus engine specs

We have spy shots of the body and official info on the heart<p>You're looking at the first undisguised photos of the next-generation Mini Cooper. Most will notice the center-exit exhaust, roof spoiler and hood intake as dead giveaways that this is the Cooper S model. It might take a more keen eye to …

More Details About Android 4.3 Update for Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3 and Note 2

Samsung announced that Android 4.3 Jelly Bean will make its way to Samsung Galaxy S4, S3 and Note 2 in the coming months. It was revealed earlier …

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The weekend in red and blue

The full moon that welcomes the beginning of autumn is known as the harvest moon, and many of you captured it’s beauty from various locations […]<p>Our …

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Gray Matter: Big Bang Theory

Alkali metals react strongly with water—but which one creates the biggest explosion?<p>Running down the far-left column of the periodic table, the readily available alkali metals: lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium and cesium—all generate potentially explosive hydrogen gas when they touch water. The …

See Coral Reefs Like Never Before Thanks To Gorgeous New Panoramas

To track the effects of warming seas on coral reefs, a new survey project is launching an extensive database of panoramic underwater imagery.<p>Today the Catlin Seaview Survey—which recently brought us some amazing views of the Galápagos coastline—launches the first-of-its-kind database of our …

Erase Bad Memories In Your Sleep

Re-exposing people to a fearful stimulus while they slept helped them get rid of their fear.<p>While the body sleeps, the brain is busy filing away the day's activities, processing memories so they can be recalled later on. Under the influence of Ambien, sleep has been shown to improve recall of bad …

Are Acid Flashbacks A Myth?

Flashbacks do occur, but very rarely.<p>Reports of drug-induced flashbacks have existed since the 1950s. Though the term "flashback" wasn't used specifically until 1969, as early as 1954 scientists noticed LSD users complaining of a reoccurrence of an LSD-like state long after the drug's effects …

Inside The Most Ambitious Ground Telescope Ever Built

The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) telescope has already made some impressive discoveries, with more on the horizon.<p>The first scientist I meet at the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) telescope site is wearing a portable oxygen tank. At 16,400 feet in the …

How Much Do We Really Know About Venus?

NASA's proposed planetary landsail rover is the latest addition to humanity's on-again, off-again relationship with Earth's sister planet.<p><b>Venus used to be described as a sister planet</b> because it shares a similar size, mass, and composition with Earth. But the similarities end there. Venus's …

Curiosity Can't Find Methane, Dimming Hopes For Mars Life

The Mars Science Laboratory Rover has been using its spectrometer to look for levels of methane in the martian atmosphere, but thus far has found nothing.<p>Is there life on Mars? The possibility took a hit this week as Curiosity reported back from the Red Planet that it has been unable to find …

The Galaxy's Core Is About to Explode

The supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy will soon consume a blob of gas and begin to radiate energy at a tremendous rate.<p>The supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy will soon consume a blob of gas and begin to radiate energy at a tremendous rate.

How to Collaborate in the Cloud

Online tools make it easy, efficient, and surprisingly fun to work with others over the web.<p><b>Lennon and McCartney's songs</b>, Pound and Eliot's poems, Hanna and Barbera's cartoons—many of the world's greatest works of art are the result of collaborations. But if the collaborators aren't in the same …

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DEAL ALERT: To-do list app, Due, free for 48 hours

Tasks can be added in seconds, complete with due dates, and set for Today, Tomorrow, or Someday. Simply tap an item to move it manually to another …

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These are all fake BBM apps — don't download them

Since everyone's asking, yes. There are a bunch of "BBM" apps in Google Play at the moment. Like, a whole pisspot full of them.<p>None of them is …

Mohu's New Over-the-Air Antenna Is Totally Mantel-Worthy

Forget rabbit ears. Recently, digital television antennas have been going flat – the latest versions look more like sheets of paper than anything …

Knot - An App To Tie It All Together

In a time where we rely on our devices and computers to keep us in the loop on many things personal and professional, it can be a bit tough to keep track. But one new app looks to provide a solution that's all about productivity with a stylish twist. <b>Knot ($0.99)</b> is the creation of muoj, Ltd. It …

BlackBerry postpones launch of BBM for iOS and Android

BlackBerry's big rollout of BBM for iOS and Android was due to start today, with the Android version planned to be available earlier this morning. Unfortunately, the app never made it to the Google Play Store, leaving those who've been waiting for it to arrive in the dark as to where it might be. …

Apps of the Week: Pivvot, Health and Nutrition Guide, WhatSong and more!

Few things are constant in the Android world, but we hope to bring some consistency with our Apps of the Week column each Saturday. We take a little …

Intel Futurist Shows How You’ll Download and Program Your Own Robot Next Year

So here’s a crazy idea that, when you think about it a bit, really isn’t so crazy anymore. If you could build your own robot, what would you have it …

Paint Color Portfolio: Mint Green Bathrooms

Painting your bathroom mint green can get wonky 60's grandma real fast, but lately I have seen so many examples that are clean and refreshing. …

Top 5 Blog Posts of the Week:Fall Bedding Finds, Simple Ideas for Your Kitchen, and More

From fall bedding to kitchen ideas, here's our weekly roundup of the shelter blogosphere.<p><b>This week's favorite links:</b><p>Cozy Fall Bedding. POPSUGAR Home<p>5 Ways to Make a Bed. I Suwannee<p>Simple Ideas for Your Kitchen. Swell and Stylish<p>Design Trend: Navy Velvet Sofas. La Dolce Vita<p>10 Interiors with Barn …

Awash In Color: Colorful Washers & Dryers

Laundry can be straight-up drudgery, and updating the laundry room can mean drudgery-on-drudgery with the usual assortment of bland options. But the …

Honda Seems Serious About New CR-Z to Fight BRZ, FR-S

Honda awakes from slumber after return of Toyota's GT86.<p>Might there be a more economical, but just-as-much-fun offshoot of the Honda Civic Type R that just blasted around Germany’s famed Nuburgring in under 8 minutes, crushing the Renault Megane RS’s record (for fastest lap by a front-drive car)? …

2014 Porsche 911 Turbo First Drive

Just Your Everyday Cruiser, Whether Your Commute Is the Autobahn or the Nürburgring – Or Both<p>It’s the midrange. That eye-opening, grip-tightening, “My God”-inducing midrange. Pick an rpm level and open the throttle. Doesn’t matter where, the expletives will come — quickly. The last 911 Turbo S we …

2013 Subaru BRZ Long-Term Update 6

12 Months of Firmly Sprung Fun<p>As a budget sports car, the BRZ can be a little uncompromising sometimes. Around the uneven freeways and potholed roads of Los Angeles, daily commuting in the little Subaru requires a willingness to be jostled around. The price paid for little body roll and that …